Danish twelve-year-old Anne Gadegaard finished fifth in the inaugural Junior Eurovision Song Contest in November. She is now releasing a second album and will be touring Denmark this summer.
Anne Gadegaard's new album, Ini Mini Miny, will be hitting the Danish stores on 3rd May. From that day short audio clips of the songs will also be available at Anne's official site.
Anne has co-written some of the songs with her uncle Stiig, who also lent a helping hand with her Junior Eurovision entry Arabiens drøm (Arabia's dream).
The rest of the songs were based and written upon Anne's ideas. »For example, one song is about my big brother Nicklas's dog Angel, who was sadly run over by a car«, Anne says. The other themes in her newest songs include indians, being in love, and holidays. Anne also sings about more serious matters such as famine and poverty. »There are children in the world who go hungry and whose childhoods are taken away from them.«, she says.
As for Anne's own childhood, the young miss has her future planned. »I know I've said it before, but I still dream of becoming a vet. At least something involving animals!«
'A radiant dream', in other words.
Photo borrowed from junioreurovision.tv.